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8 Amazon Classroom Organization Items

Updated: May 29, 2023

I don't know about you but I love alllll things organization! I am always on the look out for new items to help me and my students keep organized in my classroom. Today I have rounded 10 organizational items that I think would be helpful in your classroom!

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This will provide extra storage wherever you need it in your room without breaking the bank! It's super affordable and easily assembled. I recently got one in my classroom and use it behind my desk under the counter to store my personal items in an organized way. You could use this for so many items in the classroom though!


These zipper bags are great for keeping classroom supplies together in an organized way! I love that you can see inside to know exactly what is in them. I use mine to keep certain supplies for an activity all together so that when I'm doing that activity, I simply pull out the zipper bag and it's all there in one place. They are large enough to fit papers in which is really nice. I also love that they have multiple colors because you know what that means... you can COLOR CODE!


Speaking of color coding... this colored masking tape is PERFECT for that!! There are endless ways to use this in your classroom! You can stick to whatever you are wanting to color code. You can color code by class, by category, by day, etc. I have cubbies in my room and have students write their names on this tape to label their cubby. Each class has a different color of tape so that you can easily tell what cubbies are for what class period.


This large dry erase laminated calendar is one of my favorite items in my room. My student's love it too! Since it's dry erase, you can easily change it for each month and don't have to buy a new on every year. You can decide what you write on it! I like it cause I can point out important dates to students and they can visually see how long until that day. I also love using it to write important school events and student birthdays so that I don't forget them. It helps when I'm planning as well.


How cute are these?? There are many ways you could use these in your classroom! I personally have one for pencils. I put extra pencils in there for students who forget one. I also pick up the pencils on the floor of my room each day and put them in the bucket. Students know if they need a pencil they can go check the bucket. You could also use these for other art/craft supplies and have one for each table or group.


I have one of these but it's a little different and I actually like this one more! I love having an exact place for my whiteboard markers. I especially like this organizer because you can store your markers upside down which will help them to not die as quickly and last longer! It also allows you to store them in rainbow order... if you're into that.


A way to organize papers is a MUST as a teacher. Personally, I love using stackable paper trays because it allows the papers to lay flat and not bend in any weird ways. I have a plain black set but these pretty gold ones are on my wish list! I use mine to organize copies that need to be made and copies that are already made. I like having 10 so that I can always plan for the next 2 weeks of school days.


These are another paper organizational item that I couldn't live without! I probably have about 12 of them and still think I could use more. I love using these for papers that I am giving to students in class. I like to have a separate one for all the papers for the day and have them ready to go so that when the class comes in I can just set the tray(s) of papers they need out and they pick one up as they come into class. They're also really nice for stations when you usually have more papers!

Thanks for reading! I hope you found this helpful! Let me know if you have any questions or if there are any other topics you would like to me write a blog post on. Happy organizing!!

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